Research shows that eating more green vegetables can help prevent glaucoma?

Abstract: glaucoma is a degenerative disease of optic nerve. The age of the common population is generally over 45 years old. The disease is caused by elevated intraocular pressure and disrupts nerves sending messages to the brain. Over time, the patient’s field of vision will shrink until he becomes blind., Most children hate green vegetables, but green vegetables are good for their health. A new US study suggests eating more spinach, cabbage and lettuce to reduce the risk of glaucoma., Green vegetables not only benefit body, skin and hair, but also help prevent diabetes, glaucoma and some cancers. These benefits mainly come from the rich vitamins (especially vitamin C) and antioxidants (carotenoids and flavonoids) contained in green vegetables., Glaucoma is a degenerative disease of optic nerve. The age of the common population is generally over 45 years old. The disease is caused by elevated intraocular pressure and disrupts nerves sending messages to the brain. Over time, the patient’s field of vision will shrink until he becomes blind., They found that those who regularly ate green vegetables (especially cabbage, lettuce and spinach) had a 21% lower risk of glaucoma from the age of 45. The leaves of these green vegetables contain nitrate, which is responsible for regulating blood circulation and helping to reduce intraocular pressure, thus reducing the risk of glaucoma., However, there is also good news for those who don’t like green vegetables. Nitrates are also found in red cabbage head and rhubarb. Eat vegetables at least once a day, preferably raw, because cooking often destroys the basic nutrients in food. In addition, pay attention to organic vegetables., Most

children hate green vegetables, but green vegetables are good for their health. A new study in the United States suggests eating more spinach, cabbage and lettuce to reduce the risk of glaucoma.

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green vegetables not only benefit body, skin and hair, but also help prevent diabetes, glaucoma and some cancers. The benefits of

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mainly come from the rich vitamins (especially vitamin C) and antioxidants (carotenoids and flavonoids) contained in green vegetables.

glaucoma is a degenerative disease of optic nerve. The age of the common people is generally over 45 years old. The disease is caused by elevated intraocular pressure and disrupts nerves sending messages to the brain. Over time, the patient’s field of vision will shrink until he becomes blind.

results they found that those who regularly ate green vegetables (especially cabbage, lettuce and spinach) had a 21% lower risk of glaucoma from the age of 45. The leaves of these green vegetables contain nitrate, which is responsible for regulating blood circulation and reducing intraocular pressure, thus reducing the risk of glaucoma.

however, there is also good news for those who do not like to eat green vegetables. Nitrates are also found in red cabbage head and rhubarb. Eat vegetables at least once a day, preferably raw, because cooking often destroys the basic nutrients in food. In addition, pay attention to organic vegetables.